Fall Fitness challenges to keep you moving ‘til winter

The weather is cooling down, and that means staying active is more important than ever. A solid exercise routine is vital to protecting our immune system and boosting circulation, both of which keep us healthy and limber once winter (and flu season) rolls around. So, here are three fitness challenges you can incorporate into your…

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Five Ways to Spend Your Extra Day

We’ll be the first to admit it: Labor Day is a holiday we take for granted. Holiday weekends often come as such a relief to a long workweek that half the time, we forget to plan something to do with the day off — an ironic situation to find ourselves in on Labor Day, of…

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How to make the most of each day spent with your BFF.

There’s no hiding it: We’re dog people. We’d do anything to keep our furry little mouth breathers happy and healthy. So, we thought we’d share a few simple ways to improve your dog’s life, without much extra effort on your part — but with a big payoff for your pup. Go for a sniff. Your…

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Smoothie pairings that go together like peanut butter and jelly—except healthier.

We’re fans of the kitchen-sink smoothie—all of the fruits and vegetables we’ve got in the freezer, plus whatever protein powder we’re trying out. But there’s something to be said about choosing ingredients that fulfill a similar health need, or that contain vitamins and minerals that work synergistically with each other. Since that’s significantly more research…

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Protein powders with a little something extra.

When it comes to nutrition, protein powder is typically more of a nice-to-have, not a must-have. If you’re a casual to moderate exerciser, chances are you get enough protein to support your body simply by eating a balanced diet. With that said, getting in a little extra protein to help your muscles rebuild and repair…

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Our Case for the Vacation: How taking time off increases your professional success

It’s okay to do nothing. In fact, it’s good for you. Studies show that over the past 40 years, Americans have been taking less and less time off of work. Data collected by tax company Intuit found that nearly 61% of employees who received paid time off didn’t use all (if any) of it. Of…

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How your next bouquet can keep you—and your home—healthy

Flowers are a sweet gesture, but did you know they can also have measurable benefits on your overall wellness? Read on to see how science backs up the bouquet, plus a few tips on how to keep your flowers looking fresh for longer. A study published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology found that placing…

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TIPS: Ways to Stay Hydrated

As the weather warms up and we start to spend more time either outdoors in the heat, or indoors in the air conditioning, we’re more likely to get dehydrated. But rehydrating can be tricky—we generally need a lot more water than we think we do, but often, simply drinking more water can only help so…

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Our Top 3 Sleep & Fitness Trackers

It’s never been easier—or more important—to track your health metrics than it is now. And, there have also never been more options to do so. We combed through all the top offerings on the market, and rounded up our three favorite health trackers here. Read on to see our recommendations! BEST OVERALL Apple Watch Series…

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Our Science-Backed Healthy Habits for Spring

We couldn’t be more excited for this winter to be over. To make the most of the new season, our core team is making some Springtime resolutions—building new habits to improve our mental and physical health, and busting old habits that are slowing us down. Read on to see what we’re changing, and how science…

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